Our Favorite Dresses Selection of Fall 2022 Bridal Fashion Week!
It’s that time of the year, where all fashion designers from all around the world debut their new bridal collection in the Fall New York Bridal Fashion Week 2022. You’re about to see lots of fun trends for 2022, including floral embroidery, off-shoulder gowns, puffed sleeves, and more! Let’s get started with some of our favorite designers and wedding dresses that are expected to blow minds next year!
Designer Michael Cho was inspired by nature when designing this bridal collection. His collection reflects forest streams and towering trees. His brand's iconic silhouettes are updated with eccentric botanical threadwork. Wearing this dress feels like moving like a gentle body of water. Our favorite pick is detailed with elaborate floral embroidery, which makes it the ultimate pick for you if you’re a flower-loving bride who’s planning a garden celebration.
Her brand's Fall 2022 collection is based on an old-world royal romance theme with an added touch of 1930s glamour. She’s bringing back monarchial themes of the Regent era with the low, square bodices and plunging backs. However, the gowns' floral embroidery and Italian organza and satin crepe fabrics show the 20th-century vibe. Today’s pick is a strapless fit-and-flare with a curved neckline; it is the perfect combination of vintage and modern.
If you're looking for a detailed wedding dress with lace, embroidery, and beaded embellishments, check out this collection. Dominated by pearls, their Spring 2022 collection is all about the appliqués and daring silhouettes. Draped sleeves are another part of the collection. The iterations on this satin ball gown speak volumes. It is complete with a fitted corset bodice and sophisticated floral beading.
Elie Saab has two signature moves: 3D appliqués and overlays. They’re displayed throughout his latest collection, which stands for bridal femininity. His sculptural gowns have dazzling stones, organza petals, and sequins. Despite this ornate ensemble's appearance, the dress moves fluidly and it is perfect for dancing.
Grace Loves Lace
Grace Loves Lace has recently launched their Coco Loco collection, which features eight new signature gowns, three veils, and five accessories. The collection celebrates the dilemma of every bride while choosing her wedding dress and channels every part of her personality into one gown. These designs are sweet, sensual, upbeat, classic that are similar to the brides who wear them. For example, this lace fabric and silhouette look traditional, but the off-shoulder neckline feels fresh and fun.
We love a bold bride who is ready to wear some color on her big day, which is why this two-piece number has made it to our list. Even though this option is a bit different, it doesn't feel nontraditional, thanks to the recognizable ball gown silhouette. While this beautiful watercolor pattern looks playful, it doesn't detract from its classic appearance.
Ines Di Santo
Known for their opulent ball gowns and dynamic colors, they introduced a more subtle series this time around that still manages to make a big impact, thanks to its eye-catching embroidery and body-hugging shades inspired by the designer's childhood memories in Italy. This dress with its floral illusion shoulder is a fine sample of nostalgic artwork.
If you’re looking for a crispy dress with a contemporary twist, have a look at the latest collection by THEIA. Inspired by the Greek Goddess of Light, the work is bright and brilliant, capturing contemporary sensibilities through architectural silhouettes and well-thought-out cutouts. Combining the charm of open shoulders with spaghetti straps and restrained long sleeves, this piece is modern and minimalist, but it has the greatest impact.
The designer Sareh Nouri’s collection is enhanced with a touch of boldness and oomph with bold neck and back lines. She chose timeless French lace and Italian silk to add a touch of classic and femininity. Our selection is a special number that has an Italian Stretch Mikado bateau neck with a scoop back and long sleeves, featuring buttons on the wrist. The skirt of the ball gown comes with buttons to the end of the train. Basically, this dress is Megan-Markle approved.
Reem Acra is known for her excessive use of lace as she designed her 2022 Fall collection with this fabric center and front. Even the sleeves and low neckline of this A-line gown are crafted with the same material, which boasts a botanical pattern. There are also other natural details, such as butterflies and florals in different dresses in her collection.